It is located in the southwestern region of the country, bordering the states of Tabasco, Oaxaca and Veracruz.
Its capital is Tuxtla Gutiérrez, which offers a perfect combination of modernity and natural landscapes. Discover the Jardín Botánico Dr. Faustino Miranda (Dr. Faustino Miranda Botanical Garden), where you will find a great variety of jungle plants, cacti and medicinal plants.
Enjoy the sound and light show at the Catedral de San Marcos (San Marcos Cathedral) or soak up the festive atmosphere in the Parque de la Marimba (Marimba Park). You must visit the Cañón del Sumidero (Sumidero Canyon) or experience the thrill of abseiling from the Sima de las Cotorras.
Observe the Mayan world at its maximum splendor in the archaeological sites found in the state such as the mythical Palenque with its more than 200 structures, among which the Templo de las Inscripciones (Temple of the Inscriptions), the Great Palace, Temple XI and the Juego de Pelota (Ball Court) stand out.
In the heart of the Lacandon Jungle you will find the archaeological site of Bonampak, admire its constructions, trails, engravings and murals that tell the story of its rulers.
Chiapas has four Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) that will surprise you with their nature and history. In San Cristóbal de las Casas, you will find a place full of colonial wealth when you walk through its beautiful streets, the atmosphere is such that it is considered one of the most romantic cities in the world.
Chiapa de Corzo is considered the first city founded by the Spanish during the 16th century and its cultural wealth is invaluable. Its temples and buildings show colonial styles of great historical value.
Comitán de Domínguez awaits you with green landscapes that seem like a real-life movie, Mayan temples and colonial churches.
In Palenque, in addition to the archaeological site, you can walk through the streets of the town and visit the Plaza del Artesano (Craftsman Square).